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When you're moving into a new home, it's important to find the right tools for the job. Each moving situation is unique and requires a different approach, so these tips from Penske Truck Rental's moving experts will give you a better idea of what you'll need to move with ease.

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Pack – load – unpack – repeat.

Do-it-yourself movers know this cycle all too well.

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Moving with a full house? Embrace the challenge by making it enjoyable for everyone – especially if little ones and furry friends are involved.

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Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, Penske rents thousands of trucks to movers across North America. While some movers take the do-it-yourself approach, others hire professionals to deliver their belongings safely and securely to their new homes.

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Just in time for May and National Moving Month, Penske Truck Rental announces its latest list of Top Moving Destinations. Now in its eleventh year, the annual listing of U.S. cities seeing the most inbound one-way truck rentals looks different than years past.

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For the eighth consecutive year, Atlanta, Georgia, has topped Penske Truck Rental's list of Top Moving Destinations. Cementing its spot at No. 1, Georgia's "The Big Peach" is the ninth-largest metropolitan statistical area in the country, and the region grew by 1.6 percent from 2015 to 2016, according to U.S. Census.

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Planning makes perfect, right? Well, sometimes even the best-laid plans can go awry on moving day. The experts at Penske Truck Rental want you to avoid common sense errors that can wreak havoc on your moving strategy.

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Have you ever seen a YouTube video of a rental truck driving under a low bridge, only to have its roof peeled off like a sardine can? One second the truck is moving briskly down the road, and then in an instant, the truck comes to an abrupt halt as the roof is torn away.

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